Antibacterial Chemicals – Triclosan and Triclocarban (backgrounder) Green Screen® Assessments Show Why They Should be Prohibited in Consumer Products

Title: Antibacterial Chemicals - Triclosan and Triclocarban (backgrounder) Green Screen® Assessments Show Why They Should be Prohibited in Consumer Products Content: TC-TCC-summary-of-997 # of Pages: 2 Date authored: July 2014 Author/s: Bev Thorpe, Fe de Leon, Kathleen Cooper Author Organization:…

Your soap may be toxic when flushed down the drain: New GreenScreen® for Safer Chemicals Tool Identifies Hazardous Chemicals in Common Household Products

(Toronto, Canada) The Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) and Clean Production Action (CPA) today released a comprehensive assessment of the hazards posed by two chemicals commonly used as antibacterial agents in consumer products ranging from liquid soaps and toothpaste to kitchen cutting boards.…

Triclocarban (CAS# 101-20-2) GreenScreen® for Safer Chemicals Assessment

Title: Triclocarban (CAS# 101-20-2) GreenScreen® for Safer Chemicals Assessment The document is linked in both colour and black and white formats below. Resource Type: Report Content: 101-20-2-Triclocarban-GreenScreen 101-20-2-Triclocarban-GreenScreenBW # of Pages: 23 Date authored: February 7, 2014 Author/s: ToxServices LLC…

Triclosan: Response to Government of Canada Preliminiary Assessment

Title: Triclosan: Response to Government of Canada Preliminiary Assessment Response to: Publication after screening assessment of a substance — Phenol, 5-chloro-2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)- (triclosan), CAS No. 3380-34-5 — specified on the Domestic Substances List (subsection 77(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act,…